Feeling bored and need something to jumpstart the creative engine?

Sometimes the desire to create just needs a spark – some sort of seed to grow from. This quick, solder-free project turns your Adafruit CLUE into a randomized project generator. It's simple to use and easy to customize by adding your own activities & subjects.

This project takes inspiration from Oblique Strategies, but updates the idea for flexibility and more of an all-ages appeal.

What you'll need

In addition to a computer, you'll need an Adafruit CLUE, USB cable. You can also use a battery to make your CLUE portable.

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What you'll need to do

To get things up & running, this guide will show you how to:

  1. Install CircuitPython on CLUE
  2. Install necessary code libraries on CLUE
  3. Upload project code

Let's get started!

This guide was first published on Apr 08, 2020. It was last updated on May 27, 2024.

This page (Overview) was last updated on Mar 08, 2024.

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